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Northern Green Anole - Anolis carolinensis carolinensis

(Voigt, 1832)
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Adult male displaying distended pink dewlap, Galveston County, Texas Adult, Travis County, Texas
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Adult male displaying distended pink dewlap, Galveston County, Texas Adult male displaying distended pink dewlap (left) in green phase, and
moments later, in brown phase (right) Galveston County, Texas
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Adult, Jasper County, Texas Female Green Anole and sub-adult prairie lizard, Jasper County, Texas
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Dark phase adult, Travis County, Texas, found hibernating under a rock in winter
Juvenile found after entering the house through a cat door, Travis County, Texas
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Adult, Nueces County, Texas
Adult, Nueces County, Texas Adult, Travis County, Texas
     
Habitat
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Habitat, Nueces County, Texas Urban Yard Habitat, Travis County, Texas. (Anoles were common in the shrubs at the center of the photo.) Habitat, Fall, Travis County, Texas
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Habitat, Jasper County, Texas
Habitat, Galveston County, Texas  
     
Short Videos
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A male green anole in Chambers County Texas displays his pink dewlap. A male green anole in Chambers County Texas quickly changes his color from green to brown. A light-phase green anole in Florida tries to catch a fly, but fails.



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